That would be the object oriented method.
I'm not sure what you are looking for. The overview here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/book.mysqli.php
would break down the mysqli classes into what they can do, and it is listed in overview only as the object oriented functionality.
Converting mysql to mysqli is not as simple as changing the functions. Even just sticking with the more traditional mysqli connection and mysqli result objects only, its still more complex than the mysql. Scope you now need to worry about (which is good, mysql should *never* have allowed global scope), and that doesn't even include the paradigm shift from procedural to object oriented.
Function names are otherwise pretty much identical between the mysql library functions and mysqli methods. Some of them are identical in every way shape and form *except* the addition of the 'i' in it (eg: mysqli_fetch_assoc($resource) is near
identical, except that $resource must be an object of type mysqli_result instead of an actual resource). Procedural to OO is typically done by appending the library name to the method, and supplying it with the first argument of the type. [icode]$result->fetch_assoc();[icode] would then be
. There are some exceptions, and some property only types such as mysqli::$current_field which requires an object call to property
or a completely different named function of
for example. Some functionality has no replacement (such as mysql_result which I haven't found an exact copy of).